Del Toro, is an upscale Tuscan restaurant. The chefs at Del Toro use only the finest 28-day-aged Northern Irish beef and fresh, local ingredients. The restaurant’s quality cuts of steaks are aged for tenderness and then prepared with a special blend of seasonings to add the restaurant’s signature flavour, all before being cooked to order. Although Del Toro is widely regarded as the best place in town to go for steaks, the menu also features a good selection of seafood and vegetarian options. Grab a bite on the restaurant’s terrace for a lovely evening of al fresco dining or a relaxing lunch in the sun.
This café is a tiny hidden gem buried in Lisburn’s side streets. Though small, it is an excellent place to stop for fresh ground coffee and a mouth-watering breakfast. The low priced and generously portioned breakfasts are served all day long. Take a seat outside or enjoy your meal in the homely, quirky ambiance inside. Fry-ups are served in a multitude of sizes including ‘bellybuster’, and they each include some variation of the classic fixings of eggs, toast, bacon, sausage, beans and more.
Coffee, Inc., 1 Haslems Lane, Lisburn, UK, + 44 7540 602834
Blue Chicago Grill specialises in recreating classic American dishes like fried chicken and barbecue. The interior is decorated with throwbacks to classic diners, complete with funky lighting and fun colors. Burgers and milkshakes also make an appearance on the American-inspired menu, but all of the diner fare is upgraded to look and taste like gourmet cuisine. Blue Chicago is located directly across from Lisburn’s Omniplex Cinema, so guests can grab a quick bite before a film. In true American style, the portions are generous, you’d better be hungry.
Blue Chicago Grill, 6 Lisburn Leisure Park, Lisburn, UK, +44 28 9267 2748